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Local and regional art fills downtown coffee house

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When the Witches’ Brew Cafй first opened in downtown Lincolnton, the walls were bare. Now, a mere six weeks later, those walls are filled with the work of local and regional artists. There are black and white photographs of Italian landscapes, colorful multi-media abstract paintings, pointillism pen and ink drawings…

Scholarship pageant opportunity to become involved

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Laura Drum is preparing to graduate from college and possibly start a career in radio. Lucky for her, the UNC-Charlotte student has something extra to put on her resume. Miss Denver 2005. Having served as Miss Denver for the year, Drum will be stepping down on Sept. 24 as the…

New director taking over pregnancy center

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Tammy Teague hopes she can share the Lord with everyone she meets. As the new director for the East Lincoln Pregnancy Counseling Center in Denver, she hopes to reach out to the churches and schools to promote abstinence. “We want to get involved before there is a crisis,” Teague said.…

Racing and Religion

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Lake Calendar

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ANTIQUE AND CLASSIC BOAT SHOW The Greater Charlotte Antique and Classic Boat Show will hold it’s 8th annual event Sept. 9-11 with the public display being held on Saturday, Sept. 10 at Queen’s Landing. The theme is, “Antique Race Boats come to Race City.” To register a boat call Ed…

Senior potters showcase goods

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Despite kiln problems and clay under their fingernails, eight Lincoln County senior citizens are hooked on pottery. This summer, seniors participating in pottery workshops created platters, birdfeeders and toadstool birdhouses. The end result is work that is “so meticulous and so well done,” according to Mary Jane Howard, executive director…

Biking for funds

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Recognize This Scene?

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Traveling `round a circle called a square

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I have previously written about Main Street Lincolnton in the 30s. In this article I would like to turn a corner and go around the court square. Today, traffic is one-way around the square, but in the 30s there was two-way traffic. (Incidentally, there was only one state highway patrolman…

Web site improved

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The East Lincoln Betterment Association (ELBA) is nearing completion on improvements being made to its web site. Located at the same address, www.elbanc.org, the new site will soon offer a faster way to communicate. Lester Poole, vice-president of ELBA, designed the web site because he felt the site needed to…